The Depot

Discover and enjoy the vibrant local music scene of Madison County. Bluegrass, acoustic, mountain music, country and folk music can all be heard at the Depot in Marshall on Friday nights. Admission is free and the show starts promptly at 7:00pm. Refreshments and snacks are available as well!

The building is the original Southern Railroad Depot for the town of Marshall and served as the depot until the 1970’s when passenger service was discontinued. In 1980 the Depot became the new Friday night jam spot and continues to this day.

The Depot is great for the whole family and you won’t be able to stop yourself from dancing! And, true to old-fashioned culture, each Friday, there is a cakewalk that you won’t want to miss.

If you’re looking to get a taste of the local Madison County music scene, the Depot in downtown Marshall is a great place to experience it. Before checking out the local tunes, be sure to stop by one of the many restaurants in Marshall for some dinner before the show!

Check out The Depot Facebook page linked below for more information.

“Great place for good old American fun for the whole family. From my 90 year old Daddy to my 9 year old daughter we all have a good time and look forward to returning again and again” -Leah C.

“The place where all the local musicians hang out on a Friday night. There is a sizable dance floor, a well lit stage, and affordable refreshments and food served every time it’s open! Great atmosphere and great fun!” -James L.